Montclair Crime: Indoor Dining Violation (Again) At Cuban Pete’s

Cuban Pete’s (Facebook)

Montclair Police were called to Cuban Pete’s on Sunday at 8 p.m. to respond to a noise police. When they got there, police observed at least three tables occupied by at least fifteen individuals dining indoors. The owner, Dominick Restaino, was charged (again) with violating the executive order prohibiting indoor dining.

More crime from Captain Scott Buehler, Montclair Police:

Thefts
August 20, 2020 (Upper Mountain Avenue): The complainant reports that a package containing approximately $160 in merchandise was stolen from her porch.
August 21, 2020 (Valley Road): The complainant reports that a package containing approximately $165 in merchandise was stolen.
August 22, 2020 (Bloomfield Avenue): The complainant reports that a carrying case was stolen from her vehicle.

August 24, 2020 (Hartley Street): The complainant reports that a leaf blower, valued at $600, was stolen from a truck.
August 24, 2020 (Bloomfield Avenue): The complainant reports that a rowing machine was stolen near the elevators to the parking deck, where it had been momentarily left unattended.

Burglary
August 23, 2020 (South Fullerton Avenue): The complainant reports that an unidentified male entered a vehicle, though nothing was reported missing from the vehicle.

Vandalism
August 19, 2020 (Erie Street): Police located “MPD=Racist” and “ACAB” spray painted on a billboard.
August 19, 2020 (South Fullerton Avenue): The complainant reports that windows to two vans were broken.
August 20, 2020 (South Park Street): The complainant reports that there were deep scratches to a motor vehicle.
August 20, 2020 (Lackawanna Plaza): The complainant reports that the driver’s side rear view mirror to his vehicle was partially removed.

Robbery
August 24, 2020 (Bloomfield Avenue): The victim states that, at approximately 1:15 AM, he was approached by two males, demanding that the victim, a 33 year old Montclair male, give them money. One of the suspects made a gesture implying that he had a gun. The victim was able to make enough noise to cause another man to come to his aid, causing the suspects to flee. The suspects were last seen fleeing south on Mission Street.

August 24, 2020 (New Street): The victim states that at approximately 4:15 AM five males ran up behind him and grabbed his wallet, which contained $31.

August 24, 2020 (Maple Avenue): The complainant reports that at approximately 5:25 PM, he was approached by three males, with one asking if he had a few dollars to spare. The victim pulled cash out of his pocket to look for small bills when one of the males grabbed the cash, which consisted of $300, out of his hand. The males then fled south on Maple Avenue.

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2 COMMENTS

  1. Shut it down and or fine. The owner(s) have been cited multiple times for this and other violations. Blatant disrespect for the law as well as the health and safety of patrons and employees.

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